We went to the beach with some great friends who have children around our children's ages. They are so cute to see interact together.
What better than friends for life?!
They thought this exersaucer was so cool.
Jase showing the boys how to play with it.
Zach watching the boys play in the kiddie pool. I forgot to mention that Zach weighed 24.3 lbs at his last well check appointment. No shots...thank goodness, it is so sad to do that to them.
Jase wearing daddy's sunglasses. This pool was only 1 1/2 feet deep.
How awesome is this for the kids?!?! They had a blast. It was on the fourth floor roof that was extended out from the condos.
Not sure who had more fun?
The beautiful butterfly slide. Check out the view of the ocean!
This pool worked out great. Jase will no longer be able to use any flotation device since it will mess up his new skills of water survival that he is learning.
Just watching the boys...still. Mommy why can't we get in?Jase's language and communication is really really growing by the day. He can say any word and I call him my little echo. He knows how to ask questions and answer some of my questions. Soon we will be able to have conversations.
Zach is a happy boy and smiles all the time. He is a cuddler too and lays his head down on your chest or shoulder. He is vocal and grunts to talk but mostly happy as a lark.
When we got to the condo we all sat outside on the patio and talked. It was so late but there was no way Jase was going to be able to sleep yet. So while we were out there he pointed below us to the water and said "Look the E is coming out of the water". Needless to say, it took the adults several minutes to figure out what he was talking about. After that, it was all we saw too.
part of our view
part of our view
The also had the largest water show in America at this place.
Enjoying some ice cream.
Big strong squeeze hug from Jax.
Time to pack up and leave. Great time.
Eating some cereal before his first day of preschool. He did great. No tears from either one.
Mommy is so silly taking so many pictures of us.
Jase has this Thomas coloring book. We were flipping through the pages and he says "Look mommy it's Henry" I was stunned that he knew which one it was since there were no colors and he looked like many of the other trains. So I asked him "Well how did you know it was Henry if there is no color on the pages?" (knowing he would not be able to answer me because he never had before) so then he says "Henry is number 5" I just sat there for a few seconds and was shocked! He answered me, that means he did know what the heck I was saying! Wow. (Sorry for sideways picture but could not figure out how to straighten it once I downloaded it to blog.)